Makura-e Private pillow of Utagawa Kunisada. Beauties on Japanese woodblocks pillow prints
The Japanese Woodblock Print pad as well as the pillow books (makurabon) were a great success for their artistic creation, which is why most of the main artists of the Japanese Woodblock Print created erotic designs, which are often Find among their best works and used some of the techniques of the creation of Japanese Woodblock Print of the most artistic and luxurious available.
Utagawa Kunisada, very young, produced his first picture book, which made his fame grow rapidly.
Other artists like Kuniyoshi Utagawa or Hiroshige had to work and strive for years, to be recognized and to enjoy the success. His commercial success of his Japanese Woodblock Print in wood made him acquire a certain reputation of presumed genius.
Kunisada designed great traditional ukiyo-e themes as well as kabuki themes, beautiful women, historical events and highlighting their Japanese Woodblock Print shunga and makura-e. Just do Japanese Japanese Woodblock Print landscapes.
Artist - Kunisada (1786 - 1864)
Image Size - 25,40 x 23,50 cm / 10" x 9 1/4"
Condition - Lovely scene where a woman resting before or after making love. With some slight imperceptible dirt, see pictures.